At present, material properties are being continuously improved in line with current technological developments to meet operational and safety standards. Designers and consumers now look for materials that are more energy effi- cient, stronger, lighter as well as cheaper. A metal-matrix composite (MMCs) will represents a dominant class of material which can be suitably designed to meet the above requirements. With a variety of reinforcing materials and flexibility in their preliminary processing, Aluminum Metal-Matrix Composites (AMMCs) offer great potential for developing composites with desired prop- erties for larger applications. In this research, a novel composite has been fabricated with Silicon, Magnesium, Copper, Silicon Carbide and Aluminium with 0.5, 0.5, 2.5, 15 and 81.5 percent respectively by weight using the metal- lurgical powder technique. The composite has been studied and investigated its wear behavior in dry sliding mode and found that the wear-rate increases with load applied as well as with sliding-speed and decreases with increase in percent of SiC content in the composites.